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Employment Opportunities

The Churchill Northern Studies Centre (CNSC) is an independent, non-profit research and education facility located 23 km from the town of Churchill, Manitoba along the shore of historic Hudson Bay. The CNSC facilitates scientific research and educational programming in the physical, biological and social sciences by providing accommodations and logistic support to scientists and educators. The Centre's newest building, opened in June 2011, employs a variety of award-winning green building features designed to reduce water and energy consumption.

 

Current Job Postings

Housekeeper – Bear Season

The CNSC requires a part time, casual housekeeper from approximately October 1st – November 20th 2018, with the possibility of further work in 2019.

The housekeeper is required to assist with daily cleaning. Tasks include making beds, laundry, washing floors, vacuuming, mopping, dusting, windows, washrooms etc. A positive attitude, good people skills, flexibility, and the ability to work with minimum supervision are a must. This position is for 4 days/week and possible call ins. Transportation to the Studies Centre is provided (7am departure from town, 4pm departure from Centre).

Resumes by mail, fax or email will be accepted until position has been filled. Please quote the job title in cover letter and include a list of three references.

Interested persons should send a resume and cover letter detailing their experience to:

Danielle Thomas, Assistant Director
Churchill Northern Studies Centre
Box 610
Churchill, MB R0B 0E0
Tel: 204-675-2307
Fax: 204-675-2139
Email: ad@churchillscience.ca

View the full CNSC Housekeeper – Bear Season Job Description

 

Internship Position Seasonal Research Technician

This is a paid internship position with field and laboratory components and is 6 months in duration (tentative start date of September 20) with a potential extension. This internship position will assist with CNSC in-house research, provide logistic or field support to visiting researchers, maintain equipment inventories and biological collections, and collect data under contract to Centre clients. This position will also support science outreach and the delivery of general education and youth programming. Experience working in a remote field setting, in excellent physical condition and a willingness to conduct field work through all seasons is necessary. Flexible scheduling and on-call duties required. Experience in specimen identification (plants, vertebrates and invertebrates), off road vehicle operation (ATVs and snow machines) and a valid firearms possession/acquisition license (PAL) would be a definite asset. Must be a Canadian citizen, between the ages of 18 – 30 and recently completed a minimum of an undergraduate degree (master’s degree preferred) to qualify for internship funding. Detailed job description and salary available by request.

Please submit a detailed resume by email, fax or regular post no later than September 7, 2018 to the address indicated below.

Scientific Coordinator Churchill Northern Studies Centre
P.O. Box 610
Churchill, MB
R0B 0E0
Fax: 204-675-2139
Email: research@churchillscience.ca

View the full CNSC Internship Position Seasonal Research Technician Job Description

 

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